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Chamber Board of Directors

Meet your Reed City Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Chad Samuels

Chad Samuels is a Reed City raised active community member. He graduated from Reed City High School in 2014 and continued his academic and athletic career and Northwood University. Chad was an active member at Northwood where he was a captain of the football team and various community involvement activities throughout Midland, MI. He went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in Accountancy and is currently employed at Yoplait as a part of their Finance/Logistics Team. Chad is involved with coaching varsity football, baseball, and middle school basketball in Reed City and is excited to join the Chamber of Commerce to help make an impact on the Reed City Community.

Thomas Miller

Thomas Miller is a Reed City native, born and raised here locally. Thomas graduated from Reed City High School, and went on to earn his Bachelor’s degree at Ferris State University in Marketing, and a Minor in Digital Marketing/E-Commerce. While in at college, Thomas worked for Williams Auditorium doing event marketing for the school, and spent his summers working for MDOT, as a crew leader within the youth development program. Immediately after college graduation, he was hired at Reed City Group, formerly Reed City Tool, where he focuses marketing and sales. At work, some of his favorite things to do include talking to students about manufacturing and promoting Reed City Group across the country. Outside of work Thomas enjoys hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, sports, going to the beach, and traveling. He also enjoys hanging out with friends and family whenever he gets a chance and is an active community member.

He is eager to join the chamber of commerce because he wants Reed City to grow and expand in a positive direction like he knows it can. Not only is sustaining the current business pool important to him, but as a chamber member, working with the city and its officials to come up with a plan to attract new businesses will also be crucial.

Trevor Mund

Heather BattleTrevor Mund is a Reed City born and raised active community member. Trevor graduated from Reed City High School and continued his education at Ferris State University, earning his bachelor’s degree in Accountancy. He has worked at Reed City Group, formerly known as Reed City Tool, for over 8 years where he leads their accounting and finance department. As a community member, Trevor coaches the Reed City High School Boy’s JV Basketball team. He’s eager to be a part of the Chamber of Commerce with goals to bring awareness and opportunities to the Reed City community, allowing it to flourish and grow.

Danielle Quinn

Danielle is a Paris native who developed strong ties to the Reed City Community as a child, which continued throughout her adulthood. Danielle attended Reed City Schools, graduating in 1994. She continued her education through Baker College of Cadillac and Ferris State University while raising children and working full time. For the past several years Danielle made Reed City her home. Early on, Danielle aspired to live by Winston Churchill’s quote, “You make a living by what you get, you make a life by what you give.” Her leadership skills, ambitious nature, and compassion for others empowered Danielle to serve her community by Churchill’s words. Danielle has passionately served the people of Reed City and surrounding communities professionally and personally throughout her adulthood.

Danielle currently works for the State of Michigan, Department of Health and Human Services. Danielle’s tireless energy, along with her love for the Reed City Community continues to be evident through her relentless efforts to serve the community and surrounding areas.

Exhibiting her love for children and sports, Danielle volunteered for Reed City Youth Sports. She served on the Reed City Little League Board, Reed City Youth Sports Board, and was president of Reed City Little League. During this time, she also coached Reed City Little League Tee Ball, Baseball, and Softball. Danielle exhibits her love of humanity through fundraisers for organizations and individuals of Reed City and surrounding areas.

Danielle never hesitates when organizations or individuals/families are in need. She steps up, steps in, and gets the job done. Danielle performed in the Wise Shelter mystery dinners and managed the concession stand for Reed City Rocket Football. She also organized, donated and/or assisted in numerous fundraisers for individuals and families. Danielle enjoys many activities. Some of Danielle’s greatest enjoyments are playing sports, watching her children play sports and spending time with family and friends. Danielle looks forward to conveying her experience, enthusiastic nature, and attributes to the Reed City Chamber of Commerce in efforts to assist in the continuous growth of the community.

Adam Johnson

Adam JohnsonI am Adam Johnson; I was born and raised in LeRoy, MI where I currently live with my wife, Kelly and three boys. I carry 25 years’ experience in sales and service management in which twelve of those years have been in the banking industry. I have been working with Lake-Osceola State Bank for 4 ½ years as a business development officer and lender.

I enjoy spending time with my family and taking advantage of all the outdoor sports and recreation opportunities, our area has to offer. I love that the Reed City Area has a unique variety of resources for anyone’s tastes, whether that be for recreation, commerce, investment or education. My goals, both professionally and as a volunteer with the Reed City Area Chamber is to enable, promote and maintain these great resources. I look forward to being part of the current and future success of our great community.

Katie Vincent

Katie VincentHi all, my name is Katie Vincent and I have been a Reed City area resident for the last 17 years. I am married to a town local, Josh Vincent and we have an 11 year old son, Logan. As a family, we enjoy many of the luxuries that living in the Reed City area allows. We enjoy the trails all year long, by either running and riding bikes in the summer or riding snowmobiles in the winter. We enjoy the many parades and summer activities that the area offers. The Great American Crossroads Festival every summer is a huge family event for us.

During enjoying all these special things that make Reed City great, I wanted to become more involved with these things. I have been a Chamber Board Member for the last several years and I have enjoyed the opportunity to help continue and improve these things for the Reed City Area. As the years have progressed, I have become more active in the community and have enjoyed every moment of it.

I am employed at Lake-Osceola State Bank of Reed City and we are encouraged to be as involved within our community as possible. I love to be able to give back to the community that has made it possible for myself and my family to call Reed City home.

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Tricia Wirth

Tricia WirthA transplant turned into a local girl. Like many in our town, Tricia's life journey didn't start in Reed City. Originally from a one red light, small town known as Standish, Michigan where she was surrounded by a large family of dairy farmers. She left what she knew and what was comfortable to attend Ferris State University.

During her time at Ferris of finding her way, Tricia developed a passion for service. Her desire to help people and provide stellar customer service led Tricia to become a Real Estate Agent in 2000 and later earning her Broker's license in 2005. Tricia was making waves in Real Estate from the beginning. From Rookie of the Year to Top Sales Achievement awards and even an Ambassador Award, Tricia has proven her abilities as an agent. She strives to provide her clients with the best service by continuing advanced Real Estate education and applying unique sales techniques.

Real Estate has also given Tricia the ability to put her customer service background to use giving back to the community. "I am a believer in the United Way Slogan - GIVE. ADVOCATE. VOLUNTEER." Tricia has volunteered and continues to participate on several boards and committees in Osceola County. She has previously served on the Reed City School Board, Reed City Little League, Senior Regent at the Reed City Mooseheart, and the Osceola County Ambassador Committee of the West Central Board of Realtors to name just a few. She enjoys giving back to the community that has given so much to her.

Over 20 years ago Tricia chose Reed City to put down her roots, which is why we are excited to have her join the Reed City Chamber of Commerce. When Tricia is away from the office she can be found boating, watching baseball, and spending time with her husband, Brian, and two children.

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Reed City Crossroads

City of Reed City
227 East Lincoln - Map
Reed City, Michigan 49677
Phone (231) 832-2245

Reed City Area Chamber of Commerce
200 N. Chestnut Street - Map
P.O. Box 27
Reed City, Michigan 49677
Phone: (231) 832-5431